Curious about which MBA programs are best represented in the entrepreneurial ecosystem? Which colleges produce the most successful entrepreneurs?
Every year, PitchBook sheds light on that question by ranking undergraduate and MBA programs by the number of venture capital-backed founders among their alumni. Stanford and the University of California, Berkeley topped the list of undergraduate programs—no surprise since they’re squarely inside the Bay Area’s startup scene. Harvard took the third-place spot, displacing MIT from last year’s rankings. Founders from those three schools were also behind three of the largest IPOs in the past year: Robinhood (Stanford), DoorDash (Stanford and UC Berkeley) and Coupang (Harvard).
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